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Old 28th October 2018, 18:38   #41
Ali TT
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Originally Posted by sharky View Post
I assume a shot clock would mean that each delivery needs to be bowled in a certain amount of time or the team will be penalised in some way. I've never seen it in cricket but snooker sometimes has one. While the game does need speeding up, I'm not sure this is the solution. They should just be more stringent in applying the current laws if you ask me.
Comes from basketball where you have a set time to take a shot from the moment your side gains possession.
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